Author: David Levithan

Audio Book Review: Every Day

Posted February 29, 2016 by Maryam in book review, Maryam / 2 Comments
Audio Book Review: Every Day

Oh my God, this book is utter brilliance. I was impressed from the start to the end. I mean, WOW. SERIOUSLY. I’m kinda kicking myself for not picking up this book earlier. But truly, the combination of the amazing story line, and David Levithan’s unique way of writing made this book into a phenomenon. Every Day is basically about a person who goes from body to body every single day. It’s heartbreaking, really if you think about it. A only gets to live his life day by day, literally. There’s no tomorrow for him. Every day at exactly midnight, he will more »

Book Review: My True Love Gave to Me by Various

Posted November 9, 2015 by Kara in book review, Kara / 3 Comments
Book Review: My True Love Gave to Me by Various

This is a great story collection! Some stories were better than others. and my ratings ran from high to low, but there is definitely something here for everyone. Some of the stories put you in the mood for Christmas more than others, and there were a couple that didn’t even really feel like holiday stories. But regardless of all that, this is an anthology that’s definitely worth reading. It helps to read it near the holidays, but I wouldn’t say it’s necessary. Individual ratings and short reviews for each story follow. Midnights by Rainbow Rowell 5 Stars – Honestly, this was more »

Book Review: My True Love Gave to Me

Posted February 1, 2015 by Lyn Kaye in book review, Lyn / 3 Comments
Book Review: My True Love Gave to Me

I don’t usually do the short story thing. When I see them at the book store, even in the YA/MG section, I just pass right over them. To me, they seem like they’re teasers for some potentially awesome books. That is just my take – I apologize to the short story enthusiast. I enjoy getting very invested in a novel. So why is this here, reviewed by hater? Two words: Laini. Taylor.   Yes, I bought the entire thing for one author. What really pushed me over the edge was seeing someone post up the picture of the UK edition more »